The Bobcats presently own two games against the Bulls, but that was a different Bobcats team. A Bobcats team that had a lot of length and athleticism and could switch easily or trap aggressively. Gerald Wallace is gone, Stephen Jackson decided he's hurt, and the Bobcats don't seem to have much left to attack the Bulls with.
That said, two caveats apply.
1: The Bulls can still lose on the road to anyone.
2: The Bulls have had a tendency to play down to opponents (look at how the Hornets hung around without Chris Paul).
Even so, I predict an easy win
Keys to the game
Too big, too strong, too fast, too good
The Bulls have immensely more talent on the offensive end than the Bobcats, so they simply need to play their game. Bring the focus, energy, rebounding, and defense, and this game should be over early.
The Bobcats have only beaten the Kings since the trade, and Stephen Jackson was still suiting up at the time before deciding he was injured because the Bobcats completely threw in the towel on the season and traded Gerald Wallace.
Watch out for the guys with something to prove
The Bobcats are lacking proven talent, but what they do have are a lot of young guys with something to prove. Guys playing for future paychecks or just to show they belong in the league. These guys aren't likely to quit because the team is missing the playoffs, they haven't been in the league long enough, nor is their place assured enough, to let up.
Not much to think about or sell you on this game, the Bulls should win easily. We've seen the occasional crazy loss, but I don't expect one tonight.
[update, it's CSN+ not CSN. Really? The Blackhawks are getting more priority than the Bulls 2 days after the Bulls broke the record for highest rated broadcast ever for CSN? CSN+ is 666 on Direct TV, not sure what you other folks need to turn to]